The eyes were not offended which she turned upon him nor reproachful.
Such is the language of those fiendish tormentors, words of taunting and of reproach, of hatred and of disgust.
The inhuman clamour soothed his ears in which his mother’s sobs and reproaches murmured insistently and the dark frail quivering bodies wheeling and fluttering and swerving round an airy temple of the tenuous sky soothed his eyes which still saw the image of his mother’s face.
These devils will afflict the damned in two ways, by their presence and by their reproaches.
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She reproached him for being thoughtless and lazy.
Don’t reproach yourself for things beyond your control.